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Black History Month Quiz
In February, Americans have long celebrated the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and what prominent black abolitionist?

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1. Every president has declared February Black History Month since what year?
   1776
   1876
   1976
   2006
   1865
2. In February, Americans have long celebrated the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and what prominent black abolitionist?
   Frederick Douglass
   Sojourner Truth
   David Walker
   Harriet Tubman
   Olaudah Equiano
3. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was founded on the 100th celebration of whose birthday?
   George Washington
   Thomas Jefferson
   Alexander Hamilton
   Ulysses S. Grant
   Abraham Lincoln
4. Who was the first African American to be appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court?
   Shirley Chisholm
   Thurgood Marshall
   Booker T. Washington
   Langston Hughes
   Clarence Thomas
5. A botanist and an inventor, George Washington Carver is best known for his work with what plant?
   Indigo
   Rice
   Cotton
   Peanut
   Dahlia
6. What was the name given to the group of African American fighter pilots during World War II?
   Fighting 63
   Able Airmen
   Tuskegee Airmen
   The Flying Tigers
   Niagara Flyers
7. What was the nickname given to the African American cavalry units that fought in the Indian wars of the late nineteenth century?
   Leathernecks
   Old Glory
   Buffalo Soldiers
   Elk Soldiers
   Fighting Eight
8. What movie depicts the valiant 1863 charge of the 54th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers, an all black unit during the Civil War?
   Glory
   Cold Mountain
   Gone With The Wind
   Richmond
   The North and the South
9. Nearly 1 in 4 cowboys were black, including the basis for which famous pistoleer?
   Lone Ranger
   Billy the Kid
   John Wesley Harding
   Tom Ketchum
   Wild Bill
10. What is the name of the important African American artistic movement in New York City in from roughly 1918-1939?
   Jazz
   Rackabilly
   Harlem Renaissance
   Harlem Shake
   Counterculture



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